Honda 2.4L Index of Articles

A defective ignition coil will cause a misfire trouble code and a misfire condition on the 2002, 2003, 2004, or 2005 2.4L Honda CR-V. The cool thing is that testing them is... [read more]

In this tutorial, I'll explain how to test the MAP sensor, on the 2002, 2003, and 2004 2.4L Honda CR-V, with a multimeter. All of the test steps are explained in a... [read more]

Testing a misfire code, or misfire codes, or a rough idle condition on your 2.4L Honda Accord, CRV or Element can seem difficult,... [read more] at:

Testing compression on your 2002-2009 2.4L Honda CR-V is pretty easy. What makes this test a breeze, is the fact that removing the spark plugs is a piece of cake. In this... [read more]

Testing to see if low or no engine compression is the reason for a misfire condition, or a rough idle condition, or a no-start... [read more] at:

The throttle position sensor (TPS) on the 2002, 2003, and 2004 2.4L Honda CR-V is a simple 3 wire fuel system component that can be easily tested with just a multimeter... [read more]

As you may already know, your Honda with a 2.4L 4 cylinder has four individual ignition coils. These ignition coils are commonly... [read more] at:

There are four different tests that are done to test for blown head gasket. And I can tell you from personal experience that each one of them something that the... [read more]

Testing the fuel injectors on your Honda Accord, CRV or Element with a 2.4L four cylinder engine is pretty easy. In this tutorial,... [read more] at: